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GP Week : Issue 7
As reigning GP2 champions, iSport has perhaps the greatest to lose in 2008. A GP2 Asia Series littered with car faults and unfortunate driver and team errors was not the best way to start the season, but one hopes it was a chance for the squad to get it all out of their system and start afresh for the main series. The team has always been fast, and with their solid engineering background will make quick work of understanding the new car. iSport International Karun Chandhok / Bruno Senna The stand-out team of the first generation of GP2, ART Grand Prix will be keen to take back the championships it lost to iSport in 2007. As the team who ran Rosberg and Hamilton to their titles, ART has good form, and in Grosjean the team believes it has a driver who can “do a Lewis” in his debut season. Don’t discount Filippi though. Fast, intelligent and aggressive, he enters the season as one of the favourites. Luca Filippi Romain Grosjean ART Grand Prix After two disappointing seasons, 2007 saw all of Campos Grand Prix’s hard work pay off as it took three wins en route to third in the championship. Vitaly Petrov learned much under Giorgio Pantano’s guiding hand last season, and stays on to lead the team in ’08. A race winner in the Asia series, his year has already started well. Alongside him sits RDD youngster Ben Hanley, whose aggression and raw pace will be interesting to see develop. Vitaly Petrov Ben Hanley Barwa International Campos Team 30